Russia threatens to seize equipment from Ukrainian farmers in occupied territories
In the temporarily occupied Ukrainian territories, Russia threatens farmers who have not received Russian citizenship with the confiscation of their equipment
This is reported by the Center for National Resistance.
"Russians have started 'preparations' for the agricultural season in the temporarily occupied Zaporizhzhia region," the statement says.
In particular, the Russian forces have launched the work of the "state technical supervision" - a fake structure responsible for the inspection of equipment. The occupation authorities have already informed the villagers that the equipment they have not re-registered will be confiscated.
The Center emphasizes that in order to re-register the equipment, it is necessary to obtain a Russian-type certificate, which requires a Russian passport. Therefore, the farmer must obtain Russian citizenship, otherwise his equipment will be taken away.
"At the same time, Russians lease the seized equipment to other 'more loyal' farmers. That is, they pay for loyalty with stolen cars," the Center added.
- On January 25, Alisa Sysoieva, a deputy of the Zaporizhzhia District Council, revealed details of the situation in the temporarily occupied territory of the region, where Russia is carrying out passportization, military registration and preparations for the election of Russian dictator Putin.